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Special Sessions

SPL Symposium
Thursday 28th March 2013, 14:00-15:30, 16:00-18:00

Organizor: Tomoji Kishi

In developing SPL (Software Product Lines), variability among products must be appropriately handled, and this makes significant impacts on modularity issues. In this symposium, we discuss technical / managerial issues relate to SPL. We will have some invited presentations and discussions on issues raised by the presentations.


Session 1: Vision

How can we apply software product lines to high-performance computing?
Shigeru Chiba

Session 2: Techniques

Implications of Fault-Prone Module Prediction Studies to Reactive Software Product Line Development
Makoto Nonaka
Software Product Line Verification
Natsuko Noda
Extracting traceability links between requirements and implementations from different versions of software
Hironori Washizaki

Session 3: Scale

Variability Extraction from Legacy Systems
Kentaro Yoshimura
Sustainable Variability Management of IT systems in data-intensive domains
Yuzo Ishida

Session 4: Transition

Architecture Migration in Large-Scale Embedded Software Project
Takashi Maki
Company-Wide Adoption of SPL in Fujitsu Kyushu Network Technologies Ltd.
Takashi Yoshiyama
Soft Landing on Software Product Line through Derivative Development
Tsuneo Nakanishi


mruby Tutorial
Friday 29th March 2013 by Kazuaki Tanaka (Kyushu Institute of Technology)

mruby is a new branch of the Ruby programming language. It is a Ruby implementation that can be embedded in small devices, TV, phones, ... So it has a very small footprint and can be compiled and linked with another application software. This tutorial presents overviews of the mruby project, which is lead by Matz, the Ruby creator himself, and various activities around the project.